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    Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB

    Fractal turns on the style.
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    Re: Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB

    If I wanted a big box with a load of tempered glass, I'd buy a skyscraper.
    If I wanted RGB features applied in DIY kit form, I'd buy the kit and apply it.
    I'm also not sold on the drive cages at the back, as the wide spacing looks like some PSU cables will struggle to stretch. Cable management looks a bit lacking, as well.

    TBH, for that kind of money, an Enthoo Luxe has it beat on just about every feature, regardless of whether you choose glass or not... and you'd still have enough change to order pizza for a week!!
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    Re: Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB

    Fractal - tick, Lots of room - tick, airflow - tick. All nice then you have to pay a 2x the cost of the standard version to get some lights and more glass. No thanks

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    Re: Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB

    I really love the look of this case, but it is just too expensive sadly. It would be nice if they offered the front tempered glass bezel for Define S/S2 owners, since it looks alot more effective than the standard front of the case. Since they sell the side tempered glass window as an accessory anyway for the older Define S, it would be nice to smarten up the front as well.

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    Re: Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB

    gotta say i agree with the other bods here- twice the price nearly for pretty fans and a glass front.
    who do fractal design think they are, corsair?

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    Re: Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB

    i have the sound deadened version of this case and it is the most solid and best case I have ever used hands down

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